The unique joint design of the ME results in a very low-pressure drop, which produces many valuable benefits.
Easy to combine with other extractors in the same ventilation system, and therefore the ideal extractor for schools, nail salons, and the electronics industry.
With its optimal design, the ME has a very low-pressure drop,
which provides many valuable benefits:
- Low-pressure drop saves energy.
- Air flow noise is reduced.
- Lower pressure drop is achieved without
selecting a larger diameter extractor.
- Lower pressure drop allows the ME to
be combined with additional extraction
Unique design and stable mounting brackets
make the ME your best choice
With its uniquely designed joint construction, the ME
combines maximum flexibility with low-pressure drop.
The air passes through the joints without creating
unnecessary turbulence, thus producing an energy-saving
low-pressure drop and a quieter working environment.
For optimum benefit from the local extractor, it is
important to use the flexibility of the extractor to get
as close to the contaminant as possible. A good rule of
thumb would be a distance of 2–3 times the diameter
of the extractor tube. At the recommended airflow, the
the extractor will provide highly efficient extraction, even if disturbances
are generated in the surroundings.
The ME joints have a patented friction design that, combined with the large joint diameter and single grip
handle, provide a secure, position-stable arm with smooth
adjustments. All without the need to apply excessive
force or use tools on the adjusting knob.
The ME has a complete range of accessories to suit every situation, enabling you to create the optimal extractor for
the evacuation of hazardous airborne gases and particulates.
Four available versions:
- Standard version: Suitable for evacuating most types of airborne contaminants,
e.g. in laboratories, schools, hospitals, the pharmaceutical
industry, nail salons and light industrial applications.
- ESD version:
Suitable for evacuating airborne contaminants
in environments where there is a need to avoid
the risk of spark formation and in areas where
products need to be ESD-certified, e.g. the
- ATEX version: For explosive environments. Complies with the ATEX directive 94/9/EC-Joints and tubes made from carbon-impregnated polypropylene.
- PP version: For environments containing high concentrations of corrosive pollutants. Joints and tubes made from polypropylene.